But greater control over where and how people work won’t necessarily translate into more free time. The study is based on interviews with leading futurists, technology specialists and workplace experts.
Since its creation the Forum has opened up new horizons of discussion, incorporating issues such as education, arts, and the use and spread of technologies.
The latest issue of their journal addresses the role of design journalism in creating the future of design.
- Strategy by design (IDEO)
- The power of design
- What P&G knows about the power of design
- The case for design (Steelcase)
- The Daily Telegraph (Robert Hanks)
- The Daily Telegraph (Noel Malcolm)
- The Economist
- The Guardian
- The Hindu
- The Independent
- The Nation
- The New Statesman
- The New York Times
- San Francisco Chronicle
- The Washington Post
The discussion, that was organised by Sun Microsystems and took place at the United Nations on June 6, was moderated by David Kirkpatrick, Senior Editor of Internet and Technology at Fortune Magazine. He was joined by:
- John Gage, chief researcher at Sun Microsystems and member of the United Nations Information and Communications Technology Taskforce
- Dr. Djibril Diallo, chair of the United Nations series of youth leadership summits
- Justin Shaffer, VP and Chief Architect for Major League Baseball Advanced Media L.P.
- Andrew Zolli, technologist and futurist-in-residence at National Public Radio and National Geographic
- Chris Anderson, Founder of TED
This was the predominant theme at a conference on the future of digital content held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London earlier this week.
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